One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He didn't recognise me, leaving me free to indulge one of my less attractive traits by gazing judgmentally into the contents of his shopping trolley.’
- ‘‘This is the man who describes large numbers of Catholics in Australia who see themselves as moderately progressive as passé,’ Collins sniffed judgmentally.’
- ‘She was looking her over so judgementally that she just couldn't take it.’
- ‘Throughout the following century, ‘Victorian’ was used judgmentally in a way that other labels, ‘Renaissance’ for example, were not.’
- ‘‘Of course this gave him a license to interfere actively, judgmentally, and with extraordinary cruelty in every aspect of my daily life,’ writes Godley.’
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